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Abstract

A STUDY TO EVALUATE PRESCRIBING PATTERN OF DRUG USE IN PREGNANT WOMEN

Sirisha Chinta*, Triveni AK, Akhila Chava, Nagalakshmi Kampa, H.Sai sanker, M.Prasada Rao

ABSTRACT

Introduction: Gynecology is a branch of medicine that specializes in the treatment of women - specifically. Virtually every woman will suffer with a gynecological condition at some point of her life. For most, it will be minor and easily treatable, but for others their condition may have devasting consequences.so there is a major need of knowing the managing patterns for thes conditions. Objective: To assess the incidence of women disorders/disease, prescription pattern of out patients. Materials And Methods: This study was prospective and observational study, conducted in a tertiary care hospital narsaraopet carried out for 6 months. Total number of enrollment in this study are 150 OP. Results and discussion: Pregnant: 150 Total number of drugs prescribed are 45 in them 8 drugs(17.7%) are in A category, 21drugs(46.6%) in B-category, 9 drugs(20%) in C-category and 3 drugs(6.6%) in category D & 4 drugs(8.8%) in X category. Percentage of risk category drugs in the study, was seen of D & X category of 6.6% and 8.8%. Conclusion: In our study we can conclude that irrational use of drugs is prevailing among the pregnant women's because the prescribing indications were not within the standard ranges has been identified. All the health care practitioners should be aware of/ follow the standard prescribing patterns while treating the women disorders in order to provide the better quality of life.

Keywords: Gynecology, Prevalence, Prescribing pattern.


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